CWIEME Berlin is where engineers, purchase managers and CEO's spark conversations and find the components, raw materials and process machinery to produce the next generation of electric cars, household appliances, beauty technology up to delivery drones - to name but few! Bringing together all elements of the global coil winding, transformer, electric motor, generator and e-mobility supply chain, combined with technical deep dives and two seminar stages - it's where sales and future products are made. Join the engineering revolution today!
Hear exclusive research on EV and inverter technology trends from IHS Markit, participate in a discussion on automotive OEM inhouse versus outsourced production of electric motors with ZF Group and IHS Markit, and join an in-depth open workshop with the renowned Fraunhofer Society where we examine recycling techniques of battery packs, rare earth permanent magnets and motors pioneered by Fraunhofer.
Register to watch the sessions from our E-Mobility Days (23-24 February 2021) on demand.
The safety of our customers, visitors and colleagues is our number one priority. Hyve, as organiser of CWIEME Berlin will be implementing an enhanced set of safety measures this year.
Developed in cooperation with industry associations, peers and our venues partners, Safe & Secure will provide all participants with the reassurance and confidence that you are conducting business in a safe and controlled environment.
We will continue to follow official government and local authority guidance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. To find out more about the Hyve’s Safe & Secure measures
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Leading the global electrical engineering revolution for 25 years
From its beginnings as industry publication, to becoming the largest global event dedicated event to the coil winding, transformer, electric motor, generator and e-mobility supply chain - CWIEME has been the industry’s steady companion. We’ve enabled global knowledge exchange and trade for a quarter of a century.